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Benzene, 1,4-bis(bromomethyl)-, alpha,alpha’-Dibromo-p-xylene

1,4-Bis(Bromomethyl)BenzeneThe 1,4-Bis(bromomethyl)benzene molecule consists of 8 Hydrogen atom(s), 8 Carbon atom(s) and 2 Bromine atom(s) – a total of 18 atom(s). The molecular weight of 1,4-Bis(bromomethyl)benzene is determined by the sum of the atomic weights of each constituent element multiplied by the number of atoms, which is calculated to be:

The exact definition of the molecular weight above can be described as “molar mass”, which is determined by the mass of atoms in every element. Molecular weight is an older form that refers to “relative molar mass” or “molecular mass”, which is a dimensionless number equal to the molecular mass divided by constant for molar mass defined by 1 g/mol.

Molecular masses can be calculated using the normal atomic weights of every nuclide. Molar masses are calculated using the mass of the element in every element. The nuclear mass considers the isotopic distribution of an element in the sample.

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Product Specification

  • Appearance & Physical State – white to light yellow crystal powder
  • Molecular weight – 263.95700
  • Boiling point – 245ºC
  • Flash Point – 155-158°C/14mm
  • Density – 2.012
  • Storage Condition – Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area away from incompatible substances. Keep containers tightly closed.
  • Water Solubility- soluble, hydrolyses

Safety Information As Per GHS

  • Hazard - 8 corrosive